Strive and Struggle is a traveling exhibit that documents the history of the Civil Rights Movement on campus through old Mustang Daily articles.
Author Archives: Elyse Lopez
Drought forces Wildflower Triathlon to consider new locations
Tri-California is not releasing much information until their team of experts who have been coordinating the race for ten years have explored all their options.
Quick Talk with Award-Winning Graduates
Cal Poly has a reputation for producing some of the top graduates in the state, but who are the top of the top?
Meet the published professors
Listening to a favorite professor talk with a colleague about a book they’ve written in the Conversations with Cal Poly Authors event is fun, Communications and Public Programs Coordinator Karen Lauritsen said.
Got the whiskey blues? Try something new
For Cal Poly students, the signs of problematic drinking don’t have to do with drinking every day or drinking in the morning, Mary Peracca, a Cal Poly drug and alcohol counselor of 12 years, said.
‘Rag-tag’ committee made first Open House
Elyse Lopez firstname.lastname@example.org After the riots in 1990 that caused the cancellation of Poly Royal, students had to think of a new way to open up the campus for the weekend and showcase their work. Poly Royal was a wonderful thing that got out of hand, Joe Sabol, the retired associate dean of Agriculture and […]
Grad school could be for you
Elyse Lopez email@example.com Every student will face a time in their college career when they must decide if a bachelor’s degree is enough to propel them to where they want to be in life. Taking advantage of Career Fairs and Career Services is helpful for that decision, Director of Career Services Martin Shibata said. Counselors are […]